Southeast Asia and the European Union: Contemporary inter-regional dialogue and cooperation on non-traditional security challenges
Religious Actors and Conflict Transformation in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines
Researching China in Southeast Asia
Singapore’s Multiculturalism: Evolving Diversity
Power Interconnection in Southeast Asia
Visual Media in Indonesia: Video Vanguard
August 01, 2019
This book provides an analysis of non-traditional security (NTS) crises and cooperation between the European Union and Southeast Asia. Using case studies from both Southeast Asia and Western Europe between 2009 and 2016, the book examines the haze, marine life protection, migration and terrorism....
Jürgen Rüland, Christian von Lübke, Marcel M. Baumann
May 20, 2019
Drawing on a rich body of multimethod field research, this book examines the ways in which Indonesian and Philippine religious actors have contributed to conflict resolution and under what conditions these efforts have been met with success or limited success. The book addresses two central...
April 11, 2019
This book maps out the state of China Studies in seven Southeast Asian countries from different perspectives. It looks at the history, current status, and characteristics of the study of China in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, and Myanmar, and what factors...
Chan Heng Chee, Sharon Siddique
March 19, 2019
Since independence in 1965, Singapore has developed its own unique approach to managing the diversity of Race, Religion, Culture, Language, Nationality, and Age among its citizens. This approach is a consequence of many factors, including its very distinct ethnic makeup compared with its neighbours...
Anthony David Owen, Anton Finenko, Jacqueline Tao
March 19, 2019
Providing an analysis of multilateral power markets, this book examines power interconnection in Southeast Asia, especially among the ASEAN countries. It uses evolutionary experience of electricity interconnection and trade in three international markets that have relevance for ASEAN to draw upon...
Saskia E. Wieringa, Jess Melvin, Annie Pohlman
January 29, 2019
The International People’s Tribunal addressed the many forms of violence during the period of the massacres of 1965–1966 in Indonesia. It was held in The Hague, The Netherlands, in November 2015, to commemorate fifty years since the killings began. The Tribunal, as a people’s court, holds no...
Saskia E. Wieringa, Nursyahbani Katjasungkana
November 07, 2018
In Indonesia, the events of 1st October 1965 were followed by a campaign to annihilate the Communist Party and its alleged sympathisers. It resulted in the murder of an estimate of one million people – a genocide that counts as one of the largest mass murders after WWII – and the incarceration of...
August 23, 2018
Timor-Leste’s long journey to nationhood spans 450 years of colonial rule by Portugal, a short-lived independence in 1975, and a 24-year occupation by Indonesia. This book examines the history of nation-building and national identity in Timor-Leste, and the evolution of a collective identity...
August 14, 2018
In the age of digital communication and global capitalism, people’s mental, social and natural environments are interconnected in complex and often unpredictable ways. This book focuses on the visual media, one of the key factors in shaping the contemporary ecology of colliding environments....
August 14, 2018
Indonesia is the largest archipelago state in the world comprising 17,480 islands, with a maritime territory measuring close to 6 million square kilometres. It is located between the two key shipping routes of the Pacific and Indian Ocean. Indonesia’s cooperation in maritime security initiatives is...
June 28, 2018
In recent social research, ethnicity has mostly been used as an explanatory variable. It was only after it was agreed that ethnicity, in itself, is subject to change, were the questions of how and why it changes, possible to answer. This multiplicity of ethnic identities requires that we think of...
June 28, 2018
For over sixty years, conflict between state forces and armed ethnic groups was ongoing in parts of the borderlands of Burma. Ethnic minority communities were subjected to systematic and widespread abuses by an increasingly complex patchwork of armed state and non-state actors. Populations in more...